Preferred Partners Dating Talks Of "Bow-Tie" Movement To Support Marriage Equality

Preferred Partners, Canada's leading gay dating service, talks of Modern Family's star Jesse Tyler Ferguson's "Tie the Knot" initiative, and how it supports Marriage Equality.

TORONTO, March 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With his fiancé, Justin Mikita, Modern Family star, Jesse Tyler Ferguson has launched a new initiative in support of marriage equality for homosexual couples. Called the "Tie the Knot" initiative, Ferguson and Mikita's new online presence seeks to advocate for the civil rights of gays and lesbians in America, and to look good while doing so. The couple will release a collection of neckwear seasonally, inspired by their favorite art and fashions. Every bowtie will be created in set quantities, to help inspire individuality.


The proceeds from the sales will go to a number of organizations that are currently fighting for civil rights of gays and lesbians in America. Ferguson and Mikita keep an active blog on their website (tietheknot[dot]org) where they keep visitors up to date on marriage equality developments.

"So come on," Ferguson says on the website, "suit up, and Tie The Knot—so that someday, we can too."

While same-sex marriage has been constitutional in Canada since 2005, it is not so in the United States where it is still a prominent social issue. By helping support Ferguson and Mikita's endeavors, individuals are supporting the freedoms that are already enjoyed, in Canada.

Preferred Partners is Canada's leading gay and lesbian matchmaking service. Unlike other dating services, Preferred Partners does the matching for their clients. First, clients come in for a confidential interview with one of Preferred Partners' professional counselors, so they can discover what is sought for in a potential match. Details like lifestyle, values, age, physical appearance, personality, and interests are all key factors in this initial process.

Following the interview, a profile is setup and activated and the process of matching begins. Once a match is found, the matching department will call the client to provide specifics about the proposed match. Clients always retain the ability to pre-approve matches. If it is decided that the match sounds good, then the final step is in order.

When it is time to actually meet the match, Preferred Partners will distribute contact information and can provide recommendations for an outing, if necessary.

Through quality and compatibility, not quantity and speed, Preferred Partners can help individuals meet their perfect match. All they need to do is initiate the process by calling and scheduling a free consultation.


Preferred Partners Contact Information:
182 Davenport Rd, Suite 200,
Toronto, ON M5R 1J2
Phone: 1(866)467-5252

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